Aldershot Military Museum welcomes young visitors to study the unique mixture of social and military history that forms the story of Aldershot, “Home of the British Army” and Farnborough “Birth of British Aviation”. As well as our permanent displays we have a touring exhibition programme which often has opportunities for schools.
In November only: Find out about Remembrance Day by using Susan Varley’s, Badger’s Parting Gifts as the focus. Investigate the symbolism used in the story, make a class wreath, handle museum objects and explore music and memorials.
Bring Britain in World War II to life. Try on real and replica uniforms and handle a wide range of objects from the period. Look at key topics including rationing, evacuation and air raids.
In November and December only, a seasonal twist on Children in World War Two. Gain a real feel for Christmas in World War Two using sounds, smells, images and objects from our collection.
What was life like in Aldershot, Farnborough and Cove over the last 150 years? Find out using census reports, maps, photographs and museum objects you can touch and hold.
If you would like an Education Officer to deliver an assembly introducing the work of museums, please ring and we will be happy to talk to you about your requirements.
Aldershot Military Museum has visitor toilets.
While we don’t have a specific lunchroom, a room may be available for pupils to use for lunch. In fine weather pupils can also take their lunch in our grounds.
Our Gift Shop has a range of pocket money items.
To help with your risk assessment, we have provided a Hazard Information Sheet
How to book a visit to a community museum gives you step-by-step guidelines – simply note the name of the session you would like, the museum’s telephone number and see the guidelines.